No matter how much we love almost everything about dogs, excessive barking isn’t one of them. If you have ever wonder – ‘How Do I Stop My Neighbor’s Dog from Barking’ and have lost sleep or can’t concentrate, then take a look at these below instructions.
Check out these 3 steps to stop your neighbor’s dog from barking.
1. How to make neighbor’s dog to stop barking? By Talking to Your Neighbor First.
Talk to your neighbor about the barking dog. Keep it polite – keep it simple – be specific about why it’s a problem and when the barking is an issue. Make some suggestions.
I have found that 95% of the time, your neighbor may not know that their dog is causing you this concern with excessive barking – your neighbors may often be at work all day, or just don’t hear the barking in the same way that you do.
The best thing that you can do is let your neighbors know about it. Politely ask if they can do something about their dog to eliminate the barking. You can recommend an outdoor “anti-bark collar” if they don’t like using the anti-bark collar. Apart from the anti-bark collar, dog toys and chews can also effectively stimulate their dog and help entertain them in order to reduce the barking.
2. How to make neighbor’s dog to stop barking? Use the Petdiary Ultrasonic Barking Control | B450.
Stop your neighbor’s dog from barking with Petdiary's Ultrasonic Barking Control | B450.
Using the best Ultrasonic Barking Control is the next peaceful step if talking to your neighbor won’t work for you and sending a letter did not work either.
I highly recommend the Petdiary Ultrasonic Barking Control | B450 to stop that barking dog next door from causing noise complaints in the neighborhood.
3. How to make neighbor’s dog to stop barking? File a Formal Noise Complaint About Your Neighbor’s Dog Barking
File a formal noise complaint for the barking dog next door
If all else fails – you don’t want to talk face-to-face, your neighbor ignored the letter and there’s no way the Wellturn Stop Dog Barking Ultrasonic Device can be used.
You can file a formal noise complaint with your local council or to animal control, or to your homeowners association or with your landlord.
Now, filing a noise complaint about your neighbor’s dog follows a certain process which depends on your specific local council – they may require evidence of the nuisance barking.